INDEX OF CONTENTS Vol. 46 (2009)


Yorkshire Quern Survey, John Cruse

Drystone Walls, Limestone Caves and a Lynx, M. Berlin

Draft Heritage Protection Bill, K. Boughey

Heritage at Risk Register, K. Boughey

An Acheulian Hand Axe from Redcar and its Palaeolithic Context, P. Rowe & K. Boughey

Mammoth Tusk found at Spurn K. Boughey

Shouldered Points from North-East Yorkshire and the Lower Wharfe M. Meegan

Mesolithic Archaeology in the Calderdale area of the Central Pennines F. Jolley

Milk in Prehistory K. Boughey

Thornborough Henges 2007-8 K. Boughey

Selkirk, A. 2008. What shall we do about Thornborough? Current Archaeology 214, 45 20

The Easingwold Stone Tool Surgery: Its Significance for Yorkshire Prehistory and Beyond V. Davis

Including Possible areas for further research: a brief review of stone tools bibliography

English Rock Art Database K. Boughey

Recording Prehistoric Rock Art in North Yorkshire P. & B. Brown

17 ‘Portable’ Cup-Marked Rocks in the Collection of the late Stuart Feather K. Boughey

Carved Rock found at Ben Rhydding, Ilkley K. Boughey

The Stanbury Hill Project: Archaeological Investigation of a Rock Art Site K. Boughey

Cup-and-Ring-Marked Rock, Cleaves Top, High Bradley, nr. Skipton K. Boughey

Bronze Age Sword On Display at Scarborough K. Boughey

Bronze Age Boat Returns Home R. Waites

Prehistoric Settlement Uncovered near Dewsbury A. Webb & K. Boughey

Stone Balls M. Meegan

Gipton Wood P. Kelley

Iron Age ‘Waterhole’ Uncovered at York University K. Boughey

The Wolf Den Ten Years On P.J. Murphy

Audit of Archaeological Cave Resources in the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales H. Holderness, G. Davies, A. Chamberlain & R. Donahue

Cave Archaeology in Craven A. King

Abstract of Some Recent Excavation and Museum Updates including the 2007 A. King

Cave Research Symposium held in Settle

Archaeological Finds on the Natural Gas Pipeline between Asselby and Pannal F. Brown

Update on ‘Deep Road through the Long North’ – S. Noon

Archaeology discovered in West and North Yorkshire on the Pannal to Nether Kellet Pipeline Yorkshire Finds from the Portable Antiquities Scheme: K. Boughey

• 2006 Portable Antiquity Scheme Annual Report

• Neolithic flint knife: Thorp Arch near Wetherby, W. Yorks.

• Neolithic polished flint axe: Huddersfield, W. Yorks.

• Finger Ring: Cawood, N. Yorks.

• Middle Bronze Age palstave: Wykeham, N. Yorks

• Middle Bronze Age flanged axe or palstave: Castleford, W. Yorks.

• A Late Iron Age/Romano-British ‘dumb-bell’ toggle: Thorner, W. Yorks.

• Late Iron Age/Romano-British copper alloy end looped cosmetic pestle: Darrington, W. Yorks.

• Late Iron Age/Romano-British mortar and pestle: Micklefield, nr. Garforth, E of Leeds

Reviews:

• Gilmour, M., Currant, A., Jacobi, R. and Stringer, C. 2007. Recent TIMS dating results from British Late Pleistocene vertebrate faunal localities: context and interpretation. Journal of Quaternary Science 22(8), 793-800

• Lord, T.C., O’Connor, T.P, Siebrandt, D.C. and Jacobi, R.M. 2007. People and large carnivores as biostratinomic agents 90 in Lateglacial cave assemblages. Journal of Quaternary Science 22(7), 681-694

• Oppenheimer, S. 2006. The Origins of the British:

a new prehistory of Britain & Ireland from Ice-Age hunter-gatherers to the Vikings as revealed by DNA Analysis

• Innes, J. 2008. Tree Remains from a Buried Mid-Holocene Palaeo-forest in Upland NE Yorkshire. Quaternary Newsletter 115 (June 2008), 40-2

• Loveday, R., Gibson, A., Marshall, P.D., Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C. & Van der Plicht, H. The Antler Macehead Dating Project. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 73, 381-92

North Yorkshire Historic Environment News February 2008, Issue 1 92

• Gibson, A. Were henges ghost-traps? Current Archaeology 214 (18 No.10, January 2008), 34-9

• Bradley, R., 2007. Monuments and the Creation of the Early Prehistoric Landscape. In A. Fleming and R. Hingley (eds), Prehistoric and Roman Landscapes: Landscape History after Hoskins, 33-42

The Leys Lane Project: Investigation of a Multi-Period Site at Boston Spa, West Yorkshire

• Mazel, A., Nash, G. and Waddington C. (eds). 2007. Art as Metaphor: The Prehistoric Rock Art of Britain

• Pettitt, P. and Bahn, P., 2007. Rock-art and art mobilier of the British Upper Palaeolithic in Mazel et al (above)

• Vyner, B. 2007. Rock-art in Cleveland and NE Yorkshire: contexts and chronology, in Mazel et al (above)

• Brown, B. and Brown, P. 2008. The Prehistoric Rock Art in the Northern Dales

• Brown, P., Brown, B. and Rowe, P. 2008. New discoveries of prehistoric art in the Eston Hills. Teeside Archaeological Society Bulletin 13, 3-12

• Smith, B.A and Walker, A.A. 2008. Rock Art and Ritual: Interpreting the Prehistoric Landscapes of the North York Moors

• Smith, B.A. and Walker, A.A. 2008. Bronze Age sub-territories on the Moors above Ravenscar (and comparisons with other North York Moors sites with similar characteristics). Teeside Archaeological Society Bulletin 13, 13-19

• Roberts, B. 2007. Adorning the Living, but not the Dead: Understanding Ornaments in Britain c.1400-1100 cal BC. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 73, 135-167

• Brown, F., Howard-Davis, C., Brennand, M., Boyle, A., Evans, T., O’Connor, S., Spence, S., Heawood, R. and Lupton, A. 2008.
The Archaeology of the A1(M) Darrington to Dishforth DBFO Road Scheme

• Orton, D. 2007. A Local Barrow for Local People? The Ferry Fryston Cattle in Context.
In B. Croxford et al. TRAC 2006, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Cambridge, 77-91

• Pope, R. 2007. Ritual and the roundhouse: a critique of recent ideas on the use of domestic space in later British prehistory. In C. Haselgrove & R. Pope (eds), The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the near Continent, 204-228

• Giles. M. 2007. Refiguring rights in the EIA landscapes of East Yorkshire.

In C. Haselgrove & R. Pope (eds), The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the near Continent, 103-118

• Atha, M. 2005. Brickworks and Ladders: exploring intra-regional diversity in the enclosed landscapes of the Parisi. In J. Bruhn, B. Croxford, B. & D. Grigopoulous (eds), TRAC 2004: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeological Conference – Durham 2004, 97-108

• Chadwick, A.M. 2007. Trackways, hooves and memory-days – human and animal movements and memories around Iron Age and R-B rural landscapes of the English north midlands. In V. Cummings and R. Johnston (eds), Prehistoric Journey, 131-52

• Taylor, J. 2007. An Atlas of Roman Rural Settlement in England. CBA Research Report No 151, York

• Jay, M. & Richards, M.P. 2007. British Iron Age Diet: Stable Isotopes and Other Evidence.
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 73, 169-190

• Jay, M., Fuller, B.T., Richards, M.P., Knüsel, C.J., and King, S.S. 2008. Iron Age breastfeeding practices in Britain: Isotopic evidence from Wetwang Slack, East Yorkshire. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 136, 327-37